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Amplifier Newsletter #135 - 8 September 2004

Amplifier Newsletter #135 - 8 September 2004

Kia Ora . The bNet awards ceremony is being held this Friday the 10th - amplifier will be there to ensure you know who the winners are, as soon as we do! amplifier

New Material

ARTIST DEGREES.K Since moving to Australia early in 2003, New Zealand band degrees.K, have sent shockwaves through the local industry with their maddening live performances and intense song structure. The four piece indie-rockers have been receiving praise from all corners of the media for both live shows and recorded material. Check the tracks from their latest release

ALBUM YOU ARE HERE - OPSHOP OpShop - Their album You Are Here was recorded last year at Auckland's York Street Studios with Brady Blade doing the production duties. He recently produced Brooke Fraser's album. It was mixed in LA by Danny Saber who is well known for his work with artists like U2, David Bowie and Madonna.

VIDEO - ARTIST WHEN I RETURN (FEAT LADI 6) - SHAPESHIFTER Shapeshifter have moved from strength to strength with the release of Riddum Wise LP. A momentous album which includes this track - When I Return featuring Ladi 6 on vocals. Check the video here

COMPETITION GOODNIGHT NURSE Goodnight Nurse are hell-bent on rising to the top - blowing minds and eardrums on their way there. The Double 'A' Side CD single featuring 'Taking Over' and 'Loner' is instores NOW but you can win one of two copies by answering one easy question. One winner will also receive a Boost Mobile Moneyshot t-shirt.


Urban I Got - Fast Crew

Dance Baby Don't Go - Dina

Rock Taking Over - Goodnight Nurse

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